"The sources from which the ... forms have been ... derived are the Greek Liturgies, the Sacramentaries of Gelasius, Leo and Gregory, the Mozarabic Missal, the Monumenta Liturgica ... the Prymer of the Sarum use, and ... more modern sources. Those marked ... are taken from ... Book of Common Order of the Church Service Society of Scotland." -- T.p. verso Topic: Liturgies
byHammond, C. E. (Charles Edward), 1837-1914; Hammond, C. W. (Charles Edward), 1837-1914. Ancient liturg of Antioch and other ligurgical fragments : being an appendix to 'Liturgies Eastern and Western'
Introduction and notes in English; all texts in Greek or Latin Topic: Liturgies
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